«Am I online?» «Is my website still on the Net?» «How does my office network perform?» — To answer any of these questions, you’d normally need to type a tricky command in the command-line window or find and launch a separate question-specific application.
Things change with Axence NetTools 4.0 Pro — a free and a comprehensive set of network utilities in a single application. Here you’ve got all most demanded network tools gathered under a single icon, and to obtain information on these and other issues, you’d simply need to click on the corresponding button on the toolbar.
Monitoring hosts, scanning a network, resolving security and administration issues — these are few of the suite’s typical application areas. Besides the standard traceroute and nslookup tools, the package includes utilities for checking the state of network hardware and measuring network performance, troubleshooting and testing various networking services at the low level.
Packed with tools for gathering statistics, it would let you see all open ports and find out what services are running on them, and what applications own those connections. With Network Scanner, you can discover hosts available in a certain IP range, and NetWatch keeps and eye on the availability of specific hosts and alerts you when something goes wrong. SMNP Browser makes the «mysterious» protocol user-friendly, showing available SMNP-enabled devices in a human-readable form.
Axence NetTools also offers a few tools for tweaking your local system, offering exhaustive information on your Windows system and its network configuration.
And the last but not the least, this truly professional set of networking tools is available from the author absolutely free.
Axence NetTools 22.214.171.12403 FREE set of professional network tools: NetWatch - network monitoring, alerting; WinTools lists exhaustive system info from Windows computers; port/network scanner; NetStat lists
A German Banking Icon Beats the Rap Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackermann and five other leading German business executives were acquitted on July 22 of criminal charges that they wasted shareholders' money by authorizing large payments to senior staff when former industrial and telecom giant M
Japanese icon Sony brings in American boss to battle slump Japanese icon Sony has named a former American television journalist knighted by Queen Elizabeth II as its first foreign head in a bid to turn around a dramatic slump in the company that brought the world the Walkman and PlayStation.